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A Personal Testimony of My Own Experience with Pain and How CBD Has Helped Improve My Quality of Life:

At some point in our lives, we all experience physical pain. I live with chronic pain due to an unexpected, violent car accident. In the four years since my accident, I have tried numerous methods to help alleviate the pain I go through on a day-to-day basis, with varying degrees of success. Muscle relaxers (specifically Flexeril), physical therapy, and anti-inflammatory medications are just a few of the remedies I used, and are just the tip of the pain relief...

Three Reasons To Consider Giving CBD To Your Dogs:

Hemp derived CBD (also known as Cannabidiol) is a medicinal herb that many dog owners have flocked to recently, with owners reporting astounding success with it. More dogs than ever before are getting to experience the wonderful, natural benefits of CBD. Additionally, CBD is currently being studied for its evident anticonvulsant, anti-inflammatory, anti-nausea, and antipsychotic benefits. Here are just a few of the many reasons to consider treating your dog(s) with beneficial CBD products:Elderly Dogs Benefit Greatly From CBD UseCBD has...

CBD delivery methods: what’s right for you?

TincturesTinctures are by far the most popular method to intake CBD today. Often mixed with another carrier oil to promote absorption. It is recommended to keep the oil under the tongue for at least 30 seconds to allow the sublingual gland to go to work before swallowing. Being versatile, the oil can be added to food or drink if preferred by the user. Tinctures may have added flavor to make the experience more delightful, however CBD Isolate tinctures carry...

Manuka Honey. What is it, and WHY is it beneficial?

Not a lot of new findings have taken industries by storm quite like Manuka Honey. So why is it getting all of the praise? What exactly is it? What are its benefits? Let’s begin with where it comes from and what exactly it is. Manuka Honey is produced by bees that pollinate the Leptospermum Scoparium, or the manuka bush, which grows predominantly in New Zealand and can only be made for a few weeks a year when in flower....
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